This sonographic video shows a fetus with severe kyphoscoliosis and pulsating fetal heart lying almost outside the fetal thorax. Note the close relation between the fetal heart and fetal bladder.
The fetal abdomen shows almost no contents. The aborted fetus showed omphalocele with ectopia cordis. There was only a thin transparent membrane overlying the fetal heart, lying almost entirely outside the thorax.
Saturday, April 18, 2009
These transvaginal sonographic images show a bicornuate uterus with an early gestation sac in the right horn (cornu). Ultrasound images also show decidual tissue in the left horn. These patients can have normal pregnancy to full term, but must be carefully followed, as some may undergo a miscarriage.
Images courtesy of Dr. Jaydeep Gandhi, Mumbai, India.
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